My husband Joel and I spent the weekend in Meridian at the wedding of Neshoba County Fair friends who are like family. They asked us several months ago to take pictures at their wedding.
STARKVILLE – Not since comedian and later telethon impresario Jerry Lewis uttered his lowbrow slur of our state in 1968 has television stirred such a reaction in Mississippi as did the good folks at the Weather Channel in describing the possible landfall destination of Hurricane Isaac as the “land mass between New Orleans and Mobile.”
As a young teenager, Tegra Turner Cannon of Calhoun City, used to pretend to be a cooking show host, and her sister, Tympel, caught her once during the “taping” of one of her shows.
Bruce, Vardaman and Calhoun Academy are all ranked among the top five in their respective classifications by the Clarion Ledger.
The Bruce Board of Aldermen voted 3-1 Monday night to grant pay raises for city employees and present a $171,358 deficit budget at a Sept. 4 public hearing.
The Calhoun County School Board adopted an official policy Monday night for drug testing high school students.
The Bruce Trojans dropped a few spots in the latest MPB statewide top 25 poll.
Michael Ray Browning died on the day he was born, August 26, 2012 at St. Dominic Hospital in Jackson.
“Our Daily Bread Food Pantry” in Bruce has been awarded a $6,000 grant from Blue Cross Blue Shield to establish a community garden.
Troy Gene Stewart, Sr., 70, died August 24, 2012 at his home. He was born April 1, 1942 in Pine Valley. Graveside service will be Tuesday at 4 p.m. at Turkey Creek Cemetery in Water Valley with Rev. Frank Tedford officiating. He was retired from Calhoun County Maintenance, and was a member of Springdale Family Worship Center in Water Valley.